The results are in for the winner of our Ponder Autumn Poetry contest. Even in this small contest choosing the winner was difficult.
Entries were judged by the following rules stated in the contest rules on October 15th:
So, here is my autumn call to all of you Poes, Thoreaus, Rumis, and Suesses to pen an ode to the season. Bring out the ghouls, the gourds, and the golden-hued leaves—whatever you fancy the season is up to you, just keep it family-readable. What’s the trick? Only one writer will win the treat.
Cast a spell over our judges with your originality, expression, and technical mastery. Although they will consider the pleas of the people, in the end the judges alone will decide your fate.
Limit is 100 words.
Congratulations, J.C., you win the jewels.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Ponder Autumn contest; it was so much fun to read all of the wonderful entries.
It was suggested that I host another contest for the upcoming holidays–I haven’t decided yet but if I do it will be something different.
Wishing everyone a beautiful week!